A material consisting of thin, strong crystalline filaments of carbon, used as a strengthening material, especially in resins and ceramics. Approximately 90% of carbon fibers produced are made from polyacrylonitrile (PAN). The remaining 10% are made from rayon or petroleum pitch. All of these materials are organic polymers, characterized by long strings of molecules bound together by carbon atoms.
LeMond Composites offers solutions for high volume, low cost carbon fiber. By using cutting-edge technologies, LeMond Composites will make carbon fiber accessible accross multiple markets and industries worldwide.
LeMond Composites will offer solutions for high volume, low cost carbon fiber.LeMond holds a license to a patent-pending carbon fiber manufacturing process, licensed to the company by the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, operated by UT-Battelle, LLC. In addition, LeMond has finalized a licensing agreement with Deakin University’s Carbon Nexus research lab over an exclusive, worldwide license to a technology portfolio containing both a mechanical manufacturing invention as well as unique processes and precursor materials capable of producing both industrial-grade and aerospace-grade fibers at significantly reduced costs.
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